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Q.EORQE' H ARHI30N LEACH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Homeopathic troat
mum o( tar leal ilUomci, and dlaeMei uf wumeo
UKUC'E-On Ulh utrevt, Opposite the Poat
oc, Ulro, 111,
jU. J. E. STUONO,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairn, III.
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, A lady la ttteuduncu.
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ilx'j and Nli.th fltrwtj
ipHECITT NATIONAL BANK.
Of 'ulro, Illinois.
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the Having l)pirtirnjut . Collection made and
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Mutual Iiife & Accident
at cairo, illinois,
Organized December, 1883, Under the
Law of 1883.
Sncceaeor to Wldowa and Orphan Mutual Aid So
tluxj, organized July ith, 1877, under
, . the lawa of 187:8.
JOHN H. ROBIN SON.. Prend.-nt
WM. STKATi' N Vlce-l'rtaldent
J. A. GOLoSTINK TreamiM
C. W DONNINO Medical Adviner
THOMAS &EWIS - Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS for 1st YEAR.
Wm. Stratton, Stratton A Bird, irro-.cru, Cairn, 111.,
J A .(.niriattn. nfdnldxtlne Roen water, whole-
tale and rdHj (try good;G. W. Dnnning.M. 1 .;
PnH. Bd. afoa.Kl., for Peni"lori Alltert Lewis,
commlaaloa mirciarit; J. II. Hohinaon, county
Indira in notarv Duhlic: Wm. F. Pitcher, com.
broker and Insurance agent; K. II Kal'd, city
tieet mpervli-or; M. fbilltpR, carpenter ana Duua
it: ThAtna Levl. attorney aud aecretarv t K.V
p-irr.. ttornev it-law. DuOtioin 111.: K . C . Pace
cathler of :entunnial Bnn , Ashley. 111. J Albert
llavden. cashier ol George Connelly A Co., Sprlug-
A. .11 I I n M Unnn ottnpnv.al.lur IKK Hk.,.
delpV street! CbtenRo; Hon. Kobt, A. Batcher, at-tirno-at-law,
Cbarleton, Mo ; H. I.elghtoa,
cjubKW IfiMt auooai tiauK, sinarn lowa.
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Egyptian Flouring Mil Is
vUbt Cash Price Paid for Wheat
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(Successor to CLas. T. Newlauil ainil
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter.
Commercial Ave, bet. Tenth and Ele
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lrlve Well forte and Lift Pumpn fiiniltlif'd and
pat up. Acunt for tbu Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PTJMir,
the bit pnmp cvr lnvonM. few 0 Flxmree
liirnlxlied to order. U.d futures rtpuirud und
t Jobbing promptly atti ndud to. 819 tf
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Iiule to 'i'dr.
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rUh Street, between Com'l Ao. ud Levee.
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UKOKGU JOUEs, Clerk.
LfTi- Pidnfah forCiIro daily (Sunday! except
ed,' at 8 a. rn , and M und Cltv at 1 p. m. Kttnrr
lug, Iav'i Cairo at 4 p.m. : Mound ;ttv at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Paducah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For I'adncah, Smith'and, Dyerbor, Prtdyrllle,
Canton, iJover, Clarki ville aud Nanliville,
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with tbe I'pptr Cumb rinnd Packet ;o.. fur all
point fur the Cpper Cimiberiiiud. For freiijbt or
panKige, epply ou board or to W. F. Lamhdin.
Some to yield every timo to treatment with
Spartaulnirg, S. C, March 13, 1S?1.
Yoir mot va'o tble medicine fSwift'e Specific)
ban none nifM much good that I feel like leaving
tnlf for the benefit or thone ho HttlTer like i did. I
was p dunned by imion oak. and paw not a well
day for fix yearn, until I lined almoil every kind of
medicine, put none, bad th deiirvd effect. After
UMnif fix bottl - of Swift's ii'tcirif I am restored
te perfect heal. k with not a siu of that awful
lourstrtiy, iiaviu isisiir.
1 had for thirtv-e'eht yeirs itifTered every spring
and summer with Poion Oak, which I contracted
In bathing hen a boy. I tried ever, thing for if,
including manv pnvsicans, hutwttnout any Deneni
I took six bolt cs of Swift's Specific (9. S. S.lfour
years ago, aud it cured me sound aud well. Thr e
summers huve passed. ar d I have had no return or
jobii'U ukasi.ev, toiumous, ua.
I have had remarkable success with Swlft'a Spe
cific; b' ve cured several cases permanently In a
vert short time. Onp case which I am now Ireat
Ing Was given np to die, and after using three bot
tles la so rar recovcru mat i tnuiK one more ooiuo
will cure her. Tbe most remarkable cac dall was
a ladv with mcdulnry cane r of the womb, for whom
I had no hope wha'ever After using oue bottle I
am satisfied she will soon be cured.
J. W1LIJS liUlLLlA, fli. u.
Easlcys, S. C.
Treatise od itlood and Skin Diseases mailod
free to applicants.
THE SWIFT RPKCIFIC CO.,
Drawers Atlanta, Oa.
N. Y. Office, 159 W.83d 8t between Sixth and
las. b. surrn.
(OBKRT A. SMITH.
Grand Central Store,
THE DAILY' 0A1UO,i BULLETIN;) iSATURDAYu MORNINO MAY 8, 1884.
SERtl AN REfvlEfl !
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbauo. Backachi, Htadacai. Toolhicha,
More Tlirost, StMrllinga. Npralna, IlruUea,
Iturna. Wralrta. fro( BIM,
110 ALL Olllm bOllll.V Hl8 AMI ACHBH.
Soil ) ItruHMi tud lAtri tcrrht. Ftriy t'au a bottls.
lilrectirjQi la II LkDirutfei. ,
THK rilAKI.KH A. vuu:i,rtiii.
ua.tuutuiKacu.j aioor, i.i. a.
The Daily Bulletin.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
B.YIEltKI) AT TUB CAIKO POrJTOFFICE FOB
TKAN8MI83ION TIIROCOH TUB MAILS AT
8EC05D CfJVSS RATES.
Uncle Tom and "Mammy" an Slaves.
A striking article in thu April Ccn
tnry, by Wultor B. Hill, on "Unclo
Tom without a CaL-in," opens with the
followins; rt'iiiinist'cncos of slavery
days: "In th lust vettr of his lifo
General 'Llo-ht Horse Hairy' Lee made
a vinit to Diin'Ptiess, the rejiiiletico ot
General Natliatiiel Greene, on Cumber
land Island, Georgia. Vnile there ho
wa9 attacked vt kh a .sickness wh'.eli in
the end proved fatal. His nurse was
an old negro woman, the. 'Momma1 of
the- household. One day, in a parox
ysm of nervous pain, lie neeaiuu en
raged at her nflieious benevolence &nd
threw a slipper at the oM woman's
head. There was a skiilfnl dodfro of
the red bandanna, and men she delib
erately picked up the slipper and
hurled it back at him, with the words,
'Dan, now! I aint jrwine to let no white
chile sa.ss rue; I aint.'
"This incident, which i- historic, il
lustrates the position of the 'momma'
or 'mammy' in a Southern family in
the olden time. She h id rocked tho
cradle of her youn muster ami crooned
him to sleep with those weird melodies
which are unsurpassed in the Mother
Gooso lore of any land. As he jrrew
to manhood he was still her 'chile,'
and she became, in turn, a grand
mother in affection to the children of his
household. In family nlf.iirs, in deter
mining the components of a cake, the
pattern of a parment, or some nice
question of a neighbor's social status,
she wielded that potent wand, 'the wii
dom of ancestors,' and quoted 'olo
marster' and 'ole missus' with oracular
confidence, inspired by tho impossibili
ty of contradiction. Jealous wa? she
for the honor of 'our family.' The
authority thus assumed was always
good-naiuredly acquiesced in; and.
when ignored, was overruled indirect
ly, so as not to shako the old soul's
self-confidence in her infallibility or
the children's veneration for her wis
dom. Tho latter was a conservative
influence too valuable to bo sacrificed.
"Very similar was the position of
tho 'old uncle.' Even the harsh over
seer, dressed in a little brief authority,
took counsel of his weather wisdom
and his 'sprrenco' in planting to suit
the moon. Over the dwellers in the
quarters ho was wont to take a patri
archal jurisdiction. The children, white
and black, revered him not only for tho
stories of Brer Fox and Brer Rabbit,
which a later Uncle Remus has told to
all the world, but for the unexhausted
stores of similar lore which remained
locked in his venerable bosom. He al
ways impressed tho pickaninnies with
the fact that he only told half he knew.
No grandsira ever had a moro eager
audience for his garrulity.
"What element in Cicero's charming
picture 'do Senectute' was lacking to
make such an old age happy? Against
all care and want these old attaches of
the family were insured in the love of
their owners, and, if that wa3 not
Buflicient, in a legal obligation for their
support. Who havo had, more than
" 'That which should accompany old ape.
As, honor, love, obedience, troops of
Natural Phenomena in Daknt.i.
A letter dated Arvilio, Dakota, s:iys:
"Although mirages are common here,
especially in tho winter, some three
weeks ago one was seen rivalling nny
I had ever beheld. It lasted from sun
rise until noon, lu every direction
there were constant changes, one min
ute objects seemed Inverted, ham,
houses, fences, cattle, and in fact ev
erything visible on the ground appear
ed above lis, Aga n they would spread
broader and further away, and again
come quite near. Objects far fl" wore
brought to sight. Last nijrht wu had a
very beautiful and siuguiar sunset.
Just as the sun disappeared below the
horizon the western sky was one name
of red gold and from the sun emus a
far more brilliant Hume; iu fact, a
broad ribbon of lire entirely distinct
from the general color. As ni,iit be
gan to settle down, hues of green and
blue appeared, producing something of
un auroral effect. 1 will not worry you
with what at best would only le a tauio
description, but will tell you of the last
wonder. Often have I heard people
speak of wild nights aud wild ('fleets at
sea, but two evenings ago occurred tho
wildest scene 1 ever saw ou land. At
this season the prairie is one vast plain
of snow a level white which at times
is ghastlv. The moon was not quite
half full and was about two hours from
setting, and the heavens in that quar
ter were black with clouds. From th6
moon, tip and down wa: : a ribbon of
light, and on each side, tit equal dis-.i
tnnues, wore two juore light sundogs, ,
Many persons went out to see the sight
and returned with a tremor of font !
Ou tho morrow came a heavy storm."
Miss Cleveland, sister 91 the Gv-!
ernor of New York, is ' lecturing ',on,'
"MmUa'val History.'", She' resides at
'.Holland Patent.' X," and is a lady 6f'
superior culture.;.; ;';.''"-.ji, .V,.',:,!,
W. P T.oUKiiik. rivnr e.lltornf fil Rin.i.KTiM
and steumljoat paxeuger agent. Orders lor all
anion uieieaionoat Job printing soltritea. j:nce
at Howtr'ia European Hotel. No. 71 Ohio levee.
STAUfcS OK TUB KIVKR.
The river marked by the gauge at this
port atC p. m3G feet 11 inches and fall
ing. 1 C'hMtatioogn, Mty 3.-Hiver 10 feet 0
inch and falling.
' Cincinnati,1' May 2. River 18 feet 4
inches and I'allino.
Louisville, May 2. River 8 feet 10
inches and falling.
Nashville, May 2. River lift 11 inch
es and falling.
Pittsburg, May 2. River 3 feet 2 in
ches and fulling.
St Louis, My .River 21 ft 1 inch
The II. T. Dexter from Evausville conies
The towboat Storm with a heavy tow of
lumber is overdue here from Helena.
The Gjlden Rule from Cincinnati will ar
rive her tomorrow on her way to New
Thu City of Helena from St. Louis passed
down hst night for Vickaburg. She had
a good trip.
' The Arkansas City from Vicksburg is the
Anchor Line packet due np this evening
for St. Louis.
The river is falling steadily here, and the
fall yesterday was more rapid than any dny
previous in the last few days.
The popular Andy Bautn, II. J. Vinton
master, will arrive here this evening from
Cincinnati on her way t Memphis.
The Paris C. Brown is the next boat of
the IligO Line due up from New Orleans.
She will arrive here Monday evening.
Tbe City of St. Louis with 1,200 tons of
freight arrived here yeBterday morning at
half-past five, and departed for St. Louis at
The City of Baton Rouge arrived here
yesterdny morning with about 1,000 tons.
She added 500 tons here and departed for
the Crescent City last niht.
The Guiding Star with SUO tons of
freight arrived here at 10 a.m. yesterday.
She was full of passengers. Departed for
Cincinnati at 10:30.
The Gn Fowler had a good trip yeater
day the best for several week?. Look out
forber again this evening. She is as reg
ular as an tight-day clock and runs on the
The Belle of Shreveport from Cincinnati
with 1,500 tons of freight and 41 cabin peo
ple passengers arrived here at 5 a. m. yes
terday, received a small lot of freight and
left for New Orleans at 9:30.
Tbe Jas. V. GaJf from Memphis will re
port here for Cincinnati to-morrow morn
ing. Remember that a round trip ticket
to Cincinnati and return to Cairo is only
$12, including meats and room.
The Hudson frem Sliawneetown is a
"sure thing" this evening for St. Louis.
Den't fail t0 take the Hudson if you are
going up ; the Mississippi, and get your
tickets from Passenger W. F. Lambdin.
Aincricanizii):; Paris Journalism.
The two young newspaper men who
are making a tiit just at present in tho
way of Amerlcan;z:ng Parisian journal
ism are named Ciuimberlain and Ives.
The former is a son of the late Ivory
Chamberlain, and for a number of
years he acted as private secretary of
James Gordon Dennett The bolder of
that position must be a crack journal
ist, because Bennett likes to imagine
himself an editorial writer, and is for
ever suggesting1 subjects which his
secretary has to write out. Chamber
lain got 110,000 a year and all his ex
penses for traveling witli Bennett. It
is said that some of his former employ
er's money is invested in the Paris
Morning Ntws. Ives, who has a slice
of tho property, used to be in New
York journalism. He came to New
York from Buffalo, where his parents
reside still. He is a tall, slim young
man with an olive complexion and a
big black eyebrow that runs straight
across his forehead. There is a strain
of Indian blood in his veins. Some
years ago ho married the lovely and
accomplished daughter of Mr. Frank
B. Carpenter, the artist. Ho went
abroad to work in London for the Asso
ciated Press, aud distinguished himself
by hunting Oakoy Hall to his hiding
placo when that erratic Individual ran
away to England some years ngo.
Ives was then snapped up by tho IJcr
ad, whose work he did in London for
two or three years. Finally Mr. Ben
nett orderod liim to Paris, Dublin, San
Francisco nnd New York in quick suc
cession, countermanding each order
just as Ives got under way. That was
too much for tho young 'man's Indian
temper, and he sent in a hot letter of
resignation, to which Bennett replied:
"1 have received your impudent com
munication, and its contents are quite
satisfactory to me." Then Ives wrote
back: 'Glad to know you think mo
impudent. 1 have been told that all I
needed to make mo a lirst-class Herald
man was a complete stock of that
articlo." ' On the whole, Chnniborlain
and Ives are tho kind of youug men
who seem likely to make Journalism
hum in Paris. At' w York. 11 orll
" Whales were eaten by -persons of
the upper, classes in Europe as late, at
least, as the latter part of the thir
teenth contut-y. ' Tho tail and tongue,
dressed " with peas or rdasted, i were
prised as '.choioQ delicacies. ., The Prin-i
cess Eleanor do Montfort paid, In 1206, ,
the) sum, of 24 shillings for "100 pieces
of whale,' to bo ised as food In hor'
household;'" - ci u; :; ..t i I. ::
WM. M. DAVIDSON.
STOVES,'-;- RANGES,-:- TIN,
Japanned 'Berlin and .Agato Ware, 1
Biid Cages, Rath Tubs;, Water Coolers & Ice Cream Freezers.
Ajreut for Adams & Wcstlake Oil. fiasoline and Gas stoves, Detroit
isafe Co, Hamilton Steel Plows, Chilled Plows, Walkius Cultivators, ,
Com Kliellers, Plauters, Etc., Etc.
Nos. 27 S 33,
Paints, - Oils,
Brushes, Glass, Window Shades,' Artist's Material, &c.
MAKE A SPECIALTY 0F
Mouldings, Picture Frames,
8. lil'li'VKTT, i
Commercial Job Printer.
OFFICE:-No. 78 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Fairy Stories l'.r Children.
In the April Kurth American Review
Julian Hawthorne says:
If wo believed if the trrcat mass of
people known as tho civilized world did
actually and livingly believo that
thero was anything" beyond or abovo
tho physical order of nature, our chil
dren's literature, wrongly so called,
would not bo what it is. Wo believo
that we can seo ami touch; we teach
them to believo the same, and, not sat
isfied with that, wo sedulously warn
them not to believe anything elso. The
child, let us suppose, has hoard from
some unauthorized person that thero
are fairies little magical creatures an
inch high, up to all manner of delight
ful feats. He comprehends tho wholo
matter at half a word, feels that ho had
known it already, aud half thinks that
he has seen one or two on his way
home. He runs up to his mother and
tell3 her about it; and has sheevcrseen
fairies? Alas', his mother tells him that
the existence of such a being as a fairy
is impossible. In old times when tho
world was very iguoraut and supersti
tious, they used to ascribe everything
that happened to supernatural agency;
even tho trilling daily accidents of one's
life, such as tumbling down stairs, put
ting the right shoo on the left foot,
were thought or fancied to bo the work
of some mysterious power; and since
ignorant pcoplo are very apt to imag
ine they seo what they believe pro- .
ceeds this mother instead of believing;
what they see; and since, furthermore
ignoranco disposes to exaggeration and
thus to untruth, these people ended by
asserting that they saw fairies. "Now,
my chilil," continues tho parent, "it
would grieve me to see you the victim
of such folly. Do not read fairy sto
ries. They aro not true to life; they
till your mind with idle notions; they
cannot form your understanding, or
aid you to do your work in tho world.
If you should happen to fall in with
such fables he careful as you read them
to bear in mind that they nro pure in
ventionspretty, sometimes, perhaps,
but essentially frivolous, if not immor
al. You havo, however, thanks to tho
enlightened writers and publishers, an
endless assortment of juvenile books
and periodicals which combine legiti
mate amusement with sound and trust
worthy instruction. Hero aro stories
about little children just like yourself,
who talk and act just as you do, and to
whom nothing supernatural or outland- .
ish ever happens; and whoso adven
tures, when you read them, convey to
yon some salutary moral lesson. What
more can you want? Yes, very likely
'Grimm's Talcs' and 'Tho Arabiatt
Nights' may seem more attractive; but
in this world many harmful thinirs put
on an inviting gttiso, which deceives
tho inexperienced, eye. May my child
remember that all is not gold that glit
ters, and desire, not what is diverting
merely, but what is useful and . . .
Put a Brand on Him.
"Women are a uecesaary evil," he said,
bringing down his fist hard on tho counter
to emphasize tho heartless remark. It was
in the village store at West Milton, Sursto ,
ga County, and the speaker was the central
figure of a group of bucholic philosophers.
He was homely, slovenly ami sixty.
"There's where I differ from you alto
gether," said Mr. George T. Graham, of
the same place. "Women are mostly what
men make 'em. When husbands aro brutes
wives will fall into submission or make
home hot fer tho men; and they're unnatur
al in either character. Love them, and es
pecially be good to them when they're
sick, and you'll have no trouble. There's
my own wife, now. She's suffered a good
deal with dyspepsia, nervous prostration
and other ailments that took tho bloom off
her cheeks and the spring out of her steps.
Well, she saw an advertisement of Pauk
ku's Tomo, and thought it would bo just
the thing for her case. Gentlemen, I sent
five milts alter a bottlo. She took it. I
sent again after more. So several times.
Trouble! Why, If you could gee how much
good it has dono her you would say that
womon.srethe greatest of GodV blessings,
and Parker's Tonic' is the next.''' ft.;i
. This preparation, which has been known
is Parkeh'b Ginger Tonic, will hereafter
be called simply , Pahkhr's , Tonic. .This
change has been rendered necessary by sub.
sWutos imposed upon their customers by
unprincipled dealers, under tho nams of
ginger; and m ginger is really an unimport
Telephone No 103
ant flavoring ingredient, wo drop the mis'
There is no change, howover, in the prep
aration itself, and all bottles remaining in
the hands of dealers, wrapped under the
nnme of Parker's Gikger Tontc contain
the genuine medicine if the fac simile sig
nature of Hiscox & Co. Is at the bottom of
the outside wrapper.
It is difficult to imagine a more exquisite
refinement of pain than that which falls
to tho lot of the rheumatic. His days are
devoid of pleasure and his nights are rob
bed of Nature's sweet restorer, balmy sleep.
To all such th3 announcement of a new and
efficacious specific conus as a boon not to
be prized too highly. Athlophoros never
fails. It has beeu tried and not found
wanting. W. C. Field, of 1233 Cedar Ave
nuo, Cleveland, O., after fifteen years of con
stant suffering tried it, and at once found
relief. Gratefully be writes: "I recommend
it to anyone suffering with rheumatism or
neuralgia. It cannot bo reebmmended too
list op letters remaln'ind uncalled
for in tub 1'ostopficb at cairo, ill.
6aturimv, may 3, 1884.
His-, B , , . . .
Dugget, Allio E
.Inns, Augusta M
lieul'ro, Miuia ,
All ion, Nancy
.Eliis, Ella, ,
Moore, Mattie 2
Ann Nixon, Geo
Stites, Mary E
Taylsr, Bell "
Adams, Albert A
Burns, W I
Auway, L M
Allen, 0 B Md)
Burrows, T W
Cheatum, Ileury Cuampton, laic
Chapman, B A Duncan, Wm T
Dunbar, J M Daltou, LI C
Eaveus, Themaa EdJcr Monroa
Edwards, Geo W Fitzgerald, C H
Harper, Miles Hitchcock, G P
Jordou, Albert Jackson, J
Kirk, Willinm A Keck, Martin
Kennedy, Frank Lil'.ic, Joseph
Mclntire, M O McClure, ltobert
MeakB, Albert , Mansfield, Eaimit
Masby, Joseph Milner, James
Mack, John Murphy, P D
O'Brien, Jenmcyah Oston, Thomas
Parsons, J B ' Petas,Lnt
Reed, Jessie M Riley, Hugh
Sweetem, W T Scott, William L '
Singleton, Willio Simons, C M or H
Stone, Charley Sanes, Arthnran
Stuiger, Andrew Thompson, Pink
Thompson, B II Widmar, WA
Woods, J L Winston, J W '
Persons calling for the above letters will
please say advertised,
, Wm. M. Morpiit, Postmaster.
W. 8TUATTOU, Cairo. T. BIRD, Mlawari
STKATT0N & BIRD,
" ' -AND ' "; '" ' '
" ' N 57 Onto Levoo, Cairo, PI. ' ,(
IVAi-antt American Powdor Co.
naaiiiur a hit
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